AMD processors at risk. Raptoreum miners may take a liking to their sumptuous L3 memory

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Licho never sleeps, and this bastard is clearly cryptocurrencies and their impact on the market of consumer products. According to a Bitcoin Press report, AMD processors could be targeted by miners, potentially leading to the same thing they did with graphics cards.

Due to the Raptoreum cryptocurrency, AMD processors may suffer the same fate as graphics cards

Everything crashes into the Raptoreum (RTM) cryptocurrency, which can potentially cause a shortage of AMD Ryzen processors, and most of all the powerful HEDT Threadripper and EPYC server chips. Raptoreum launched earlier this year and is based on the Proof-of-Work (PoW) model and the GhostRider algorithm, which combines the x16r and CryptoNight algorithms and surprisingly very much “likes” processors with large amounts of L3 memory.

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Threadripper 3970X mines up to 404 Raptoreum daily. EPYC 7742 to 597, and processors like Ryzen 9 5940X and Ryzen 9 5900X, thanks to their 64 MB L3 cache 205 and 172 Raptoreum respectively. Calculations by Tom’s Hardware show that these processors earn $ 4.16 and $ 3.43 a day respectively, meaning they pay for themselves in 178 and 153 days, respectively.


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